Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Compassion is the very soul of Buddhism

Compassion is the very soul of Buddhism. To pray for others, making their problems and anguish our own; to embrace those who are suffering, becoming their greatest ally; to continue giving them our support and encouragement until they become truly happy—it is in such humanistic actions that the Daishonin's Buddhism lives and breathes.

Wednesday, December 06, 2017


An emperor without a country or government to run?????? Emperor Lim of an opposition party in a country!!!! Is this a new meaning to the word emperor????? Ha ha ha ha ha


KUALA LUMPUR – Umno Wanita chief Tan Sri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil reminded delegates today that the mainly chinese DAP party is the biggest threat to Malay political rule.
Speaking at her party wing’s congress here to rally the women in the run-up to the 14th general election, she said the Malays could “lose it all” if the Pakatan Harapan (PH) bloc — of which DAP is a component — takes federal power.
Malays form the country’s biggest ethnic group.
“Are we willing to watch what we have tried to so hard to achieve — the prosperity, harmony and stability — destroyed and taken away?
“Are we prepared to lose it all? You all know there are only two parties that can rule: either Barisan Nasional led by our beloved Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib or the Opposition led by none other than the DAP and Emperor Lim,” Shahrizat said, referring to DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang.
Umno leaders have persistently claimed that Lim, who has been with the DAP since the 1950s, pulls all the strings in both DAP and the PH Opposition alliance consisting of PKR, Parti Amanah Negara and Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia, the latter chaired by former Umno president and retired prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Lim has repeatedly rejected allegation, calling it a racially-motivated tactic to stoke fear among the Malays.
The attacks against the DAP have intensified in recent months as Umno prepares for national elections, which must be called by August next year.
Prime Minister and Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak is looking for a stronger mandate to fend off critics of his leadership.
In Election 2013, he led Umno to sweep 88 out of the 222 seats in the Dewan Rakyat, although the Barisan Nasional coalition as a whole lost the popular vote.
Shahrizat told delegates today that the Wanita wing will play a crucial role in helping the party mobilise support for Najib, and that unity is key.
“Unity is key to our shield,” the Umno leader said.
“Because in politics, when we are under attack, unity will be our shield. Remember, when the party is under attack, unity is our only shield.
“Do not ever let go of this shield,” she said.
Criticism against Najib grew stronger after Dr Mahathir quit Umno to found his own all Bumiputera party last year, together with ex-Umno deputy president and toppled deputy prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
The departure of these two senior politicians drove a wedge in Umno, although political pundits said Najib has managed to contain the crisis and emerged stronger.
Shahrizat said today that unity, “love” and party support for Najib have strengthened.
“He cares for us, I don’t think we can get a more caring leader than our party president,” she said.
– Malay Mail

Friday, November 24, 2017

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

How can someone who was the Prime Minister for 22 years cannot manage a nation???? Ha ha ha...

PAS: How to manage nation when Dr M can't even register Harapan?

Published: Today 5:45 pm     Modified: Today 6:21 pm
PAS has taken a potshot at Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Pakatan Harapan over the delay in registering the opposition coalition.
Party vice-president Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah pointed out that as a former premier of 22 years, Mahathir should not be having problems with registering Harapan.
Speaking to reporters at the sidelines of the Kelantan state assembly today, he said this proved that Harapan is incapable of administering the nation.
The Kelantan deputy menteri besar also believes that it would be best for Harapan parties to step aside and let PAS do battle with BN.
"If he (Mahathir) can't manage his own party, how is he going to change the government? How is he going to manage Malaysia?
"If you ask me, it would be better if they (Harapan) weren't around. Let PAS alone fight BN," he added.
On Monday, the Registrar of Societies (ROS) informed Harapan that its application to register as a coalition was still pending due to internal problems faced by DAP and Bersatu.
DAP had problems with its central executive committee - which has since been re-elected.

Bersatu, meanwhile, risks deregistration if it fails to hold its annual general meeting this year.
Mahathir, on the other hand, has pinned the blame on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak for the ROS dragging its feet.
He claimed that ROS was delaying the matter because Najib fears BN would be defeated in the coming general election.
The former premier also did not rule out the possibility of the ROS giving the green light “five minutes” before Parliament is dissolved to pave the way for the general election.
An eleventh-hour approval, he added, would put Harapan in a difficult spot.


Consider how hard

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The best feeling....

Hahahahah.... does it also include spoken "broken" Bahasa Malaysia............??????

'Broken' Bahasa Malaysia to cost you RM1k soon?

Anyone found guilty of using incorrect Bahasa Malaysia, including in advertisements online, may soon be fined up to RM1,000, should amendments to the National Language Act 1963 and Education Act 1996, be passed in the Parliament.
Chinese daily Nanyang Siang Pau, quoting a reliable but unnamed source, said the measure, enforced by Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP), has been agreed in principle by Putrajaya.
According to the source, the suggestion would be discussed by a special cabinet committee chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, and should there be an agreement, the Education Ministry will table the amendments to enable DBP to enforce the fine.
When contacted by the Chinese daily, DBP director-general Abdul Adzis Abas said the government had suggested empowering DBP to take action against improper usage of Bahasa Malaysia.

The measure is to educate the public to use the national language, properly, anywhere, including on the Internet, to prevent the contamination of the language.
Abdul Adzis (photo) said even when DBP had the power to impose a fine, the agency would first advise and correct "broken" Bahasa Malaysia, without resorting to strong enforcement measures.
"Currently, DBP advises those who use improper Bahasa Malaysia on public notices and advertisements. We cannot take any action as advertisement permits are approved by local councils," he said, adding that any inquiry on the proper usage of the national language can be directed to DBP.
On Nov 12, Education Minister Mahdzir Khalid revealed that his ministry will act as the secretariat for a cabinet committee on empowering Bahasa Malaysia usage, chaired by Zahid.
Meanwhile, commenting on the matter, Tourism and Culture Minister Nazri Aziz said DBP - as a body responsible in safeguarding the national language - can do whatever it wants, as long as it is not against the law.
“I don’t want the national language to be neglected,” he said in a press conference in Parliament today.
Nazri believes that there must be a reason why DBP was embarking on the move.
“If they are going to that extent it means that Malaysians are not respecting our language. I think this is the last resort taken by DBP,” he said.


Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Definitions for eurhythmic

Definitions for eurhythmic

  1. characterized by a pleasing rhythm;harmoniously ordered or proportioned.
  2. of or relating to eurhythmics.

The problem is not....